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Feb 2, 2013 4:10pm EST
. american universities in the stem fields, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, would be granted a green card upon graduation. this is adopting an older proposal called the stable act. this is a very good move, relatively small by comparison with the size of the system. it also talks vaguely about removing backlogs. if that is similar to a legislative attempts in the past few years, that would mean removing be per country limitations on highly skilled green card and workers coming in. as the system stands now, only 7% are allowed to come from a single country every year, leading to a long backlog for workers from other countries, sometimes longer than a decade. that would be a big improvement to the system. generally, i think most people agree that you need to have a very good reason to have this reform effort, and i think this should be extended, not just to immigrants who are educated in the u.s., but highly skilled immigrants from other countries. >> lawyers as well? >> some lawyers. he is a lawyer two times over, and i think the u.s. is better by having him here. b
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